Edited by Maria Emilia Fernandez, Adele Nelson, and MacKenzie Stevens and distributed by Tower Books, University of Texas Press, Social Fabric: Art and Activism in Contemporary Brazil documents and builds on the VAC’s exhibition of the same name last year.
The official book launch for the catalogue is Monday, November 6th from 4–6pm at the Visual Arts Center. The book will be available for sale, with a discount of 25%. Brief remarks by the publication’s coeditors followed by wine and light bites. More information on the launch can be found here.
In addition to texts and interviews with artists and by the coeditors and UT faculty member Lorraine Leu, the publication features texts by UT current and former graduate students, namely:
Chastie Brown (PhD candidate), Martha Scott Brown (MA, Art History), Eva Caston (MA, Art History), Catalina Cherñavvksy Sequeira (PhD candidate), Thiago Ferreira (visiting PhD student), Pilar Dirickson Garrett (PhD student), Jana La Brasca (PhD candidate), Maysa Martins (PhD student), Lucy Quezada (PhD candidate), Jennifer Sales (PhD candidate).